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sail

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sail

travel along

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Synonyms for cruise

an ocean trip taken for pleasure

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drive around aimlessly but ostentatiously and at leisure

travel at a moderate speed

look for a sexual partner in a public place

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sail or travel about for pleasure, relaxation, or sightseeing

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Princess Cruises' 1,200-passenger Royal Princess will sail four 10-night cruises Sept.
Twenty brands were rated including: Carnival Cruises, Celebrity Cruises, Clipper Cruise Lines, Costa Cruise Lines, Crystal Cruises, Cunard Line, Delta Queen Steamboat, Disney Cruise Lines, Holland America Line, Lindblad Expeditions, Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises, Orient Lines, Princess Cruises, Regent (formerly Radisson Seven Seas), Royal Caribbean, Seabourn Cruise Lines, Silversea Cruise Lines, Viking River Cruises, and Windstar Cruises.
A few weeks later, Royal Caribbean's Freedom of the Seas suffered outbreaks of norovirus on back-to-back Caribbean cruises and was slapped with a rare ``no-sail recommendation'' by the Centers for Disease Control's Vessel Sanitation Program.
This number leads to an interesting conclusion in that, the general statement that about 80% of the cruise market is controlled by Carnival, RCI, Star/NCl and MSC Cruises, thus actually is more like 70%," Jansen said in a written statement,
Small gay-group cruises offer the flexibility of many dates and points of departure and itineraries, versus the larger all-gay cruises, which have a more limited calendar.
Today we can enjoy cruises on all of Europe's major river systems, from the tiny Douro River in northern Portugal to the mighty Volga of Russia and the Dnieper River in the Ukraine.
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In recent years, the number of African American literary cruises has increased.
The industry's mass-marketing efforts have helped travelers discover that cruises are more affordable than they ever imagined.
The Port is the year-round "home port" to two Carnival Cruise Lines ships, and one Royal Caribbean International ship, and seasonal cruise operations by Royal Caribbean International and Princess Cruises, offering approximately 255 cruises annually.
Atlantis contracts its cruises through the major cruise lines; this one is run by Royal Caribbean, which also arranges all the shore excursions.
More than three years after the folks at Princess Cruises dramatically scaled back West Coast excursions to the Mexican Riviera - long their signature route - they restarted regular south-of-the-border service two weeks ago with a ship so big she holds the West Coast size record.
Royal Caribbean has positioned a ship in Brazil for cruises to Argentina and Uruguay; it is targeting Latin American passengers.
Be the envy of your friends by cruising away with iPod's newest and sleekest Shuffle, the world's smallest digital music player, courtesy of Priceline Cruises.
The Norwegian Star will be based in the islands and offer weeklong cruises.